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Hi everyone, I am going to replace the front and rear brake pads on my 2006 dts, I need to know where to place my hydralic jack. front and rear, thanks tony.:tisk:
 

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Owners manual should show you. Spare tire might have a diagram. You'll need a special little tool to retract the piston on the back calipers. They twist in rather than push in.
 

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A brake cube, very inexpensive at any parts store Needle nose pliers will work as well.

Make sure the posts on the back side of the pads line up with the holes in the piston face.
 

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Not everyone has an owner manual. That said, there is uni-strut/frame rail about 6-8 inches in from the outside of the body. I learned this the hard way
 
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